Jolene Andriaschko, Ed.D.
Department of Teaching and Learning
Dr. Jolene Andriaschko is an Adjunct Faculty member in the Department of Teaching and Learning. Dr. Andriaschko has over 20 years’ experience in education, including staff development, management, and administration of Early Childhood programs. She has managed the education component for programs, planned, budgeted, set priorities, created policies and procedures while working as part of the senior management team to meet federal and state grant requirements while meeting organizational objectives. She holds a MS, EdS. and Ed.D, and an Administrator Certification in Pk-12 in the state of Michigan. She lives in Michigan with her husband, three children, four clever cats and one faithful dog.
Doctorate in Education
Degree in Early Childhood
Master's in Early Childhood Studies
Bachelor's in Early Childhood Studies
Dual Language Learners
Early Childhood Education
M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education Master of Education
The Master of Early Childhood Education program focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to engage young children in learning experiences that will influence future educational opportunities. You will learn to create viable, age-specific, and dynamic learning environments.
Micro-Credential in Early Childhood Special Education Micro-Credential
Micro-Credential in Learning Behavior Specialist 1 Micro-Credential